Orientation for incoming students
New students will face a world that is totally different from their high school days.
To make it easier to adjust, we offer an orientation for incoming students for classes, guide them on how and when to register for the courses, and teach them what they need to know before classes start. We also provide them with a brief campus tour to introduce them to the campus.
Each faculty takes time outside class to counsel each student on his/her studies, future plans and other matters. The date and time available by each faculty will be announced on the Student Hour Time Table.
In each department, a freshman seminar for incoming students will be held. During this seminar, students will be taught how to register, informed about various group seminars and laboratories, how to write a report, etc. Information and regulations about their department that all students should know will be introduced at this seminar.
Information on class cancellation
If a class is cancelled a notice will be posted on the university's bulletin board. This information is also available through mobile phone services.
Lockers and resting room for female students
For the first three years students will be able to use a locker that the university rents out. Furthermore, for female students there is a locker room with a powder room attached to it. This locker room consists of a lounge space with an air-conditioner and a lavatory. An alarm installed here is directly connected to the security guard's office.
Health and Physical Education Center
To enable the students to concentrate on studying without worrying about their health, the Health and Physical Education Center conducts medical checkups, health consultations and health surveys.
Through such activities, the center strives for early detection of health problems. There is also a training room and sports facilities to support health promotion and fitness.
Regular Health Check
A Regular Health Check is offered at the beginning of each academic year for all the students and the staff of the university.
Health consultation by a doctor
Once a week, consultation by a doctoron specific matters is available.
Full-time consultation and first-aid
Medical nurses are at the center on a full time basis. Blood pressure checks, urine checks, health consultations and first aid in case of emergency are available.
Counseling by a professional counselor is available. Counselors will listen to all personal problems such as "worried about my family", "can't get along with other people", "can't enjoy college life", "can't make friends", "feel lonesome living alone". Don't carry it all by yourself, feel free to knock on the door.
All students are covered with insurance for accidents and injury. Insurance will be paid when the students are injured in an accident while they are engaged in research and educational activities.
Individual interview held in each district
Hosted by the Parents' Support Association, an educational meeting is held every year in each district to promote further exchange between parents and faculty. During this meeting, individual interviews are held. Based on the student's transcript, faculties will discuss his/her circumstances with parents and strive to solve any problems he/she may face at the earliest stage. The data of such interviews will be kept as an "interview record" and will be kept for the full four years in order to provide meticulous and individually-targeted support. Such exchange of information between parents and the faculty is well received since it is a very precious opportunity to come in direct contact with the university and is the best way to know how the students are doing at the university.